In this master bedroom, a 19th-century French kitchen table becomes a desk by adding a midcentury club chair. The oversized floor lamp and custom daybed create an inviting space, while the natural wool area rug warms the room.
A new wing was added in 2009 that doubled the living footprint in this Midcentury Modern home. It holds a capacious master suite with fireplace and luxurious wet-room style bath, 50-foot summer pool, full outdoor kitchen, covered entertainment area, and guest quarters with private entry.
A sitting room off the kitchen in this Hollywood home features a graphic black-and-white wall that anchors the space and adds to its intimacy. A large, round, tufted ottoman offers style and flexible seating. An antique cabinet with midcentury lines provides space for modern media storage.
A cozy living room sits just outside the open kitchen space in this renovated midcentury modern home. The L-shaped layout of the room creates a small bonus space that works well as a reading nook. An Eames recliner chair and vertical bookshelves make the space functional without taking up too much room.
The Longs chipped off the old brick façade of the 1970s fireplace and designed a layered mantel with echoes of midcentury modern master architect Carlo Scarpa. Once a darkly paneled and carpeted room, the den now blends into the kitchen. Art supplies live high up here — they’re easily accessible by all but little hands.
A different take on the open living-kitchen concept, this utterly modern living room features a dramatic stone and hand-plastered fireplace, a curved black mohair sofa and vintage midcentury modern cocktail table, all in keeping with the modernist, organic, tribal, art-centric vision of the Pinewood Forest Idea Home.